Okemos News

MetroNet Status Update

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There has been a lot of buzz around the status of MetroNet coming to Tacoma Hills, some good things have been said, and some bad things have been said about the contractors they have hired for the job. Dan Opsommer sent an update to the board this morning with the following information regarding the completion … Read more

Okemos Road Bridge over Red Cedar River to close through Nov. 2022

Okemos Road Bridge over the Red Cedar River between Mt. Hope Road and Clinton Street, Meridian Twp. – Replacement of existing NB and SB structures with single 5 lanes, single-span bridge including pedestrian facility along the east side, along with bridge approach and Mt. Hope intersection reconstruction, traffic signal, and sidewalk/ramp reconstruction. SB Okemos Road … Read more

Celebrate Halloween in Meridian Township

Meridian Township - Kids Trick or Treating

As Halloween approaches, Meridian Township announces family-friendly activities for all ages. The following Halloween events will take place throughout the month of October: Spooktakular Adventures at the Market  Wednesday, October 20 – 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm Marketplace on the Green (1995 Central Park Drive) Families are invited to dress in costume while visiting the Meridian … Read more

Meridian Township – Tacoma Hills Neighborhood Meeting

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As the 2021 Local Road Program begins to wind down for the season, Township administration would like to invite residents to a meeting to discuss the remaining work to be completed in the Tacoma Hills neighborhood. Items for discussion include driveways, ditches, culverts, grading and final restoration. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, October 7, … Read more

Trick-or-Treating in Meridian Township

Meridian Township Halloween

Trick-or-Treating hours in Meridian Township will be from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Sunday, October 31 this Halloween.  Township officials remind residents to follow safety precautions if participating in Halloween-related activities. Due to rising concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and variants, residents should follow guidance from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Michigan Department … Read more